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Matheson makes Barry McGettrick partner in its Dublin tax practice

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Irish law firm Matheson has promoted Barry McGettrick to partner in its Dublin tax practice.

McGettrick advises on a range of matters including supply chain restructuring, inward investment projects, corporate reorganisations, cross border taxation, tax controversy as well as mergers and acquisitions.

In addition to being admitted to the roll of solicitors in Ireland, McGettrick is admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales, and is a chartered tax adviser for the Irish Taxation Institute.

His appointment is one of seven by Matheson across all practice areas, a round of promotions that the firm says are intended to support its international growth and bolster its staff following the opening of its third US office in San Francisco in July 2017.

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